During the India-China standoff, Indian government declared, that 59 Chinese apps will be banned in the nation. Amongst them are some of the most famous apps that we all have been using–WeChat, TikTok, and Helo as well as online shopping apps such as Shein, Romwe, and Club Factory including others. While we favor this bold step, we’re slightly bummed that we will no longer have access to these very handy and reasonably priced shopping apps. Indian millennials’ go-to sites, Shein, Rowe, and Club Factory supplied us with trendy goods at dirt-cheap prices and all-yearlong discounts.
A multi-brand online shopping platform for all-things stylish and inexpensive, Ajio is established by the Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries. Apart from a huge collection of clothes, shoes, and accessories in western styles; it also has an Indie section for all your desi style.
This online fashion marketplace for females is built out of Gurgaon, Haryana. With an infinite list of products from ethnic to western styles, it now also has segments for home, living, makeup, kids, menswear and more. Agreeing to Wikipedia, the company’s name is encouraged by Grand Trunk Road, one of Asia’s longest major roads.
Established by Falguni Nayyar, Nykaa is India’s biggest beauty, makeup, and wellness shopping destination. It newly launched its division Nykaa Fashion putting an end to our clothing woes too.
The Label Life
From unprocessed materials to designing and merchandising to marketing, The Label Life is a true Indian store presenting fashionable lifestyle products at reasonable prices. It’s founded by Preeta Sukhtankar and has celebrities Malaika Arora, Biapsha Basu, and Suzanne Khan as ‘fashion editors’ and a squad with 90% female employees
India’s leading online lingerie retail platform, Zivame was established by Richa Kar and spouse Kapil Karekar. All its creations (ranging from lingerie, sleepwear, loungewear, and more) are created exclusively for the Indian women and are very reasonably priced too!
This primarily ethnic e-commerce portal is the ideal bridge sandwiched between traditional craftsmanship blended with the modern-day virtual shopping experience. The Indian startup apparently has over 25,000 artisans and designers offering over 4 million products.
India’s most on-demand shopping app, Myntra was formed by Mukesh Bansal along with Ashutosh Lawania and Vineet Saxena. It was shortly acquired by Flipkart, also established in India. US-based company Walmart newly bought a major stake in it and has multiple foreign investors.